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Bill Press: The mighty Rush Limbaugh: America at its worst

For someone who has made a career in talk radio, once news broke of Rush Limbaugh’s death this week from lung cancer, it was hard for me to hear so many in the media gush about Rush. Count me out.

Yes, I know. Growing up a Catholic, I was taught “De mortuis nil nisi bonum” – don’t say anything about the dead, unless it’s good. But put it this way. If Bill Clinton or Barack Obama had died while Rush

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